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Hurricane Booklet for Notebooking
It’s hurricane season again, that time from June through November when hurricanes form in the Atlantic and often wreak havoc on the American and Caribbean coastline. As dreadful as these natural phenonmena are, they make wonderful science topics for real-life studies. Even if you are far from the ocean, the news brings these stories into your home in a way that stimulates a child’s natural curiosity to research.
The printable booklets I created are perfect for recording that research about what hurricanes are. There is room for a diagram or photograph as well as two pages for recording facts about two specific hurricanes you may want to follow in depth.
I made the book in two line formats: wide ruled and college ruled.
Print the pages front-back on two sheets of paper and fold in half to create an eight-page booklet.
To track the hurricanes you study, use the map printed in the booklet, or paste on one of the more detailed maps available here.
As always, I love to hear when you use the free printables from The Notebooking Fairy in your homeschool. If you send me photos, I will feature you in a Show Off post.
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